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Center for Intercultural Relations, African Diaspora Resource Area

SDSU Celebrates Black History Month

 

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Black History Month 2014


WEEK 1: FEBRUARY 2-8

Monday

  • Roots Part 1, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 10am-12pm
  • Stevie Wonder: Live at Last, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 1pm-3pm

Wednesday

  • Black History Month Kick Off, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 12pm-2pm
  • SDSU Women’s Basketball Game with ASU, Viejasm Arena, 6pm

Thursday

  • Black History Month: A Retrospective, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 10am-12pm
  • Prince: Rave Un2 the year 2000, The Center for Intercultural Relations,1pm-3pm
  • Afrikan Student Union: Hip Hop and Religion with Dr. Whitaker, Park Boulevard, 3:30pm

Friday

  • Frantz Fanon, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 10am-12pm
  • Michael Jackson’s This Is It, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 1pm-3pm

Saturday

  • ABPsi Careers in Psychology, Alumni Center Library, 12pm-2pm


WEEK 2: FEBRUARY 9-15

Monday

  • The Josephine Baker Story, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 10am-12pm
  • Tupac: Live at the House of Blues, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 1pm-3pm
  • Afrikan Student Union: Forum for Student Success Fees, Templo Mayor, 6pm

Tuesday

  • African Beading Class, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 12pm-1:30pm
  • Afrikan Student Union: Film Screening: Kevin Hart “About Last Night”, Mission Valley AMC, 7pm

Wednesday

  • SDC Meeting, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 1pm-2pm
  • Black Student Science Organization: Hope 4 Hait, TBD, 5pm-7pm
  • Phi Beta Sigma: Something For The Honeys, TBD

Thursday

  • African Dance Class, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 12pm-1:30pm
  • Afrikan Student Union: High School Conference Meeting, Park Boulevard, 3:30pm
  • Black Women’s Circle, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 6pm-7:30pm
  • Africana Studies Majors and Minors: Healing Black Male/ Black Female Relationships Starting with Self, Pride Suite, 7pm

Friday

  • February 14th-17th: Afrikan Black Coalition Conference, UC Santa Cruz
  • Jazz, 10am-12pm
  • India Arie: Live in Brazil, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 1pm-3pm
  • Black Business Society: Launch Event, Templo Mayor, 5pm


WEEK 3: FEBRUARY 16-22

Monday

  • Listen Up: The Lives of Quincy Jones, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 10am-12pm
  • Black Social Work Student Caucus: Monday Night Mixer, Templo Mayor, 6pm-8pm
  • Christian Youth United for the Advancement of the Gospel: Black History Production, Aztec Student Union Theatre, 7pm-9pm

Tuesday

  • Black Social Work Student Caucus: Taste of Soul Food, TBD, 11am-5pm
  • African Beading Class, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 12pm-1:30pm
  • Africana Studies Majors and Minors: Film Screening: “Amandla” and performance by South African singer: Nomsa Burkhardt, Love Library 430, 7pm- 9pm

Wednesday

  • Cheikh Anta Diop: An Intellectual Portrait Molefi Kete Asante, The Center for Intercultural Relations,
    12pm-1:30pm
  • “The Eyes of the Rainbow: Assata Shakur” 5pm-7pm
  • Movie screening: “Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity”, Love Library 430, 4pm-6pm
  • Afrikan Student Union & Black Social Work Student Caucus: Movie screening “Brother Outsider”, Aztec Student Union Theatre, 7pm-9pm

Thursday

  • African Dance Class, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 12pm-1:30pm
  • African American Alumni Meeting, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 6:45pm-8pm
  • Afrikan Student Union: Panel with Black Faculty and Staff, Park Boulevard, 3:30pm
  • Black Social Work Student Caucus: Black Student Panel, Templo Mayor, 3-7pm
  • Afrikan Student Union: Fundraiser at Yogurtland

Friday

  • Standing in the Shadows of Motown, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 1pm-3pm
  • Black Social Work Student Caucus: Open Mic Night and Mixer, Scripps Cottage, 5-9pm

Saturday

  • Afrikan Student Union: High School Conference, Montezuma Hall, 8am-4pm

WEEK 4: FEBRUARY 22-28

Monday

  • Blue Note, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 10am-12pm
  • Africana Studies Majors and Minors: Film Screening and Discussion: Hidden Colors, TBD, 7pm

Tuesday

  • African Beading Class, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 12pm-1:30pm

Wednesday

  • Africana Studies Majors and Minors: A Tribute to Black Art” Black student art exhibit featuring SDSU Black artists, Library 430,11am-1pm
  • African Women as Conscious Leaders, The Center for Intercultural Relations, 4pm-5:30pm

Thursday

  • Dimensions Performing Arts Production, 6pm-8pm, Theatre
  • ASU Midnight Breakfast, Tula Community Center, 9pm
  • Afrikan Student Union: Gender Roles and Stereotypes with Dr. Alameen-Shavers, Park Boulevard, 3:30pm

Friday

  • National Pan-Hellenic Council: Yardshow

Download a flyer with the 2014 schedule of events

SDSU Celebrates Black History Month

Black History Month flyer (PDF)